EHS News

08/01/2018
August SEOH News
Our August newsletter is tailored toward the new students beginning our program this fall. We address the sometimes confusing fact that our program utilizes the university's sprint terms, offer registration encouragement, and introduce students to the resources section of our website, a helpful repository of links to student success. And finally, we look forward to seeing all of our new students at our orientation program this month!
08/01/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 37
megan-cremeans-stage-2-3x2.jpgLearning to Unlearn How We Think about Teaching and Schooling
07/31/2018
Miami Students Help Local School Children Find Joy in Reading
ssr-learning-3x2.pngCelebrating summertime with a good book is a hallmark of the season. It’s also a time-honored tradition that the Oxford Literacy Team introduces to young readers through its annual Super Summer Readers program.
07/25/2018
Miami University Inside Washington Student Helps Shattered Communities Heal
naomi-inside-washington-3x2.jpgLife as a Washington insider is never predictable. Which is what Naomi Gaston quickly learned while participating in a Miami University program called Inside Washington. 
07/24/2018
OCSS announces Maria Kahn, a teacher education student, as a 2018 Jim Sheehan Award Winner
maria-kahn-1-3x2.jpgThe Ohio Council for the Social Studies (OCSS) recently announced Maria Kahn's selection as a 2018 Jim Sheehan Award Winner.
07/15/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 36
capital-building-dc3x2.jpgEHS Goes to Washington
07/11/2018
Teacher Candidates Make Substantial Educational and Financial Impacts Across Ohio
tms-2-teaching-3x2.jpgAccording to a new report from the State University Education Deans (SUED), teacher candidates are helping to build healthier and more productive communities by ensuring that every Ohio child has access to a quality education. During the 2016-17 academic year, teacher candidates from 13 public colleges of education were placed in 514 public school districts in all 88 Ohio counties. Their involvement assisted in the academic development of Pre K-12 students who live in 84 towns, 195 suburban districts, 178 rural districts, and 47 city districts.
07/06/2018
Campus Mentors To Host Webinar Thursday, August 23
campus-mentors-thumbnail-3x2.jpgThe campus-community partnership program, Campus Mentors will be hosting a webinar on Thursday, August 23 from 11:00am-12:00pm. Register at campusmentors.org
07/05/2018
Emily Krile, a KNH and FSW Student Produced a Video Featuring Study Abroad Experiences in The Gambia
emily-krile-the-gambia-thumbnail-3x2.jpgEmily Krile, a double major in kinesiology and family science and member of the class of 2021 produced a video of Miami students studying abroad in The Gambia. They studied the social and cultural factors that affect education and health. They also learned the significance of historical events that impact the health of 1.7 million Gambians.